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Topic - Bobby Bedi
"The mayor of Los Angeles said he would set up a special task force and his antipiracy cell would work toward minimizing Indian piracy in the U.S.," he said. "If we can get the protection, it would make our lives a whole lot better."
Bedi said with the new agreement, U.S. authorities are starting to "look seriously" at curbing counterfeit Indian DVDs in the U.S.